Facade: Missing in Action
facades randall korman
A special lecture series organized by retiring Syracuse Architecture professor, and former associate dean, Randall Korman. The series is complemented by a special visiting critic studio on façades, taught by Professor Korman. (Sponsored by Granoff Architects, Greenwich, CT)
Professor Randall Korman has been part of the Syracuse Architecture faculty since 1977. His research interests have focused principally on the phenomenon of the architectural façade, a topic that he has written about and lectured on widely.
Randall Korman is a native of New York City where he received his undergraduate professional degree in architecture from the Cooper Union. From 1972 to 1974 he worked as a graduate intern at the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies (IAUS) in New York City. He received a graduate degree in advanced architectural design from Harvard University. His professional experiences include employment in the architectural offices of Kenneth Frampton, Peter Eisenman and Michael Graves.
Korman, Randall, "Facade: Missing in Action" (2018). School of Architecture Lectures Series. 179.
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